Co-op

The Co-op

WELCOME TO SHANAN CLASSICAL CO-OP! (Ages Birth – 8th Grade) …teach them diligently. Deuteronomy 6:7 Shanan Classical is an affordable academic co-op taught from a Biblical perspective. We offer incredible topic related field trips, homeschooling support (many of our moms have years of experience), and much more. Shanan has been in operation for over 20 years. We offer 2 eleven week semesters annually. We meet on Mondays from 8:15 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. in the Fall and from 8:15 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. in the spring. In the Fall we concentrate on science, writing and resource. The semester ends...

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Co-op FAQ

FAQ about Shanan Classical Co-op Where, When, and how often do you meet? Shanan Co-op meets on Mondays at Spirit of Joy Lutheran Church in Weddington (8600 Potter Road) During the Fall semester, we meet from 8:15-1:00pm. (optional sack lunch together after classes). We begin the Monday after Labor Day and go for 11 straight weeks, until the week of Thanksgiving. During the Spring semester, we meet from 8:15-3:00pm. (buffet lunch together from 11:50-12:15). We usually begin the last Monday in January and go for 11 straight weeks (unless Easter interrupts), finishing around the end of March or...

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8 Year Plan

8 Year Plan FALL (11 weeks) Science/Social Studies Civics (During Presidential Election years) with Final Event Anatomy/Physiology/Nutrition with Science Museum Geography- NC, history, country, world, maps culture with Final Culture Fair Physical Science (excluding geology/meteorology) with Science Fair Civics (During Presidential Election years) with Final Event Geology/Meteorology with Science Fair Life Science (classification animal & plant kingdoms) with Science Museum Solar System/Oceanography with Science Fair The Fall co-op will offer writing instruction for Primary – Jr. High....

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Co-op Benefits

BENEFITS OF BEING IN THE CO-OP For the Students Learn to submit to authority other than the parents Gain valuable study skills Listening/being attentive Sitting still Note-taking Test-taking Organizing THINKING Learn important and in-depth information about a variety of useful subjects Learn group skills: planning, thinking, cooperating, corroborating, having respect for one another Develop practical recess skills such as throwing a good pass or practicing good chatting skills! Learn and practice several character traits Gain self-discipline skills: following a schedule meeting deadlines...

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